10 Rockefeller Plaza
Description: Tuesday’s Children seeks an energetic, motivated individual who is looking to join a fast-paced non-profit environment. This position supports the planning and implementation of multiple projects on the program team including Project COMMON BOND, the Long Term Healing Model, Family Engagement Events, and others. The Program Coordinator reports to the Senior Program Manager.
· Assist the Senior Program Manager with the research, planning, and implementation of Project COMMON BOND Summer and Winter Sessions. This includes venue outreach, administrative assistance, budget tracking, program evaluation, and more
· Assist the Senior Program Manager with the Tuesday’s Children Long Term Healing Model distribution. Program Coordinator will assist with general research and track the outreach and follow up with communities across the country affected by mass tragedy, as well as other tasks related to the distribution of the LTHM
· Responsible for the organization and implementation of Family Engagement events such as attending professional sports events, touring museums, etc.
· Work with Program team to create calendar of outreach for programs and communicate progress on an ongoing basis for further marketing and public relations opportunities for the Marketing department
· Work with Program team to evaluate and develop goals and new programs
· Assist the Database Manager with program data collection and entry into the Tuesday’s Children database
· Connect with 9/11 Family Members and Military Families of the Fallen on an ongoing basis via phone, email, and in person
· Attend programs, events, and tabling opportunities offered by partner organizations and companies
· Attend programs and fundraising events as needed
- Minimum of a BA
- Very strong interpersonal skills
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office
- Experience in database management, Raiser’s Edge specifically, a plus
- Ability to work in a fast-paced, small office environment
- Self-starter with ability to keep on task to meet program deadlines
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills with exceptional attention to detail
- Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to and passion for Tuesday's Children's mission
Please email cover letter, resume and salary requirements Jordyn@Tuesdayschildren.org
Through a time-tested, long-term approach, Tuesday’s Children programming serves and supports our nation’s military Families of the Fallen; builds resilience and common bonds in communities worldwide recovering from tragedies; while keeping the promise to support all those impacted by 9/11. Since 2001, we have served over 15,000 individuals through consistent and successful evidence-based programs—trauma and grief support, youth mentoring, mental health services, skills-building workshops, career resources, parenting advisement, youth leadership development, community and family engagement events, and volunteerism opportunities.
Start date is immediate.
This is a professional, full-time position, requiring a four-year degree.
Salary commensurate with experience.
Benefits include Healthcare, Flex 125 Cafeteria Plan, Professional Development Opportunities, Direct Deposit, and Disability.
Minimum Education Required